Amazon Prime’s The Tick is now storming its through its second hilarious season… and it doesn’t look like The Tick (Peter Serafinowicz) or Arthur (Griffin Newman) are going to have an easier of a time sticking that “sweet superhero landing” than they did last season. Now that Superian has been unwittingly proven a fraud, Overkill […]
WonderCon 2018 had some pretty great moments, but the highlight for me was getting to speak with Black Panther costume designer Ruth Carter. “Welcome to Wakanda,” Ruth said, as she took her seat at my table. I immediately asked her about the cosplayer dressed in a Border Tribe blue vibranium blanket and armor, what she thought about […]
Since 1978, the world of Cutter and his Wolfriders has been a wonderful marriage of fantasy genre and comic book medium, brought to life by the art and storytelling of Wendy Pini along with the EQ facilitator, Richard Pini. It’s been a long run, one that sadly is coming to a conclusion this month with the publishing of the last great […]
After six seasons of living a Michael Corleone-style life of letting herself be pulled back in after she’s worked so hard to get herself out, it doesn’t look like Homeland‘s upcoming seventh season is going to bode much better for Claire Danes‘ Carrie Mathison. In the new teaser released by Showtime, Carrie has left her […]
One thing that’s been fun about Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence’s press tour promoting their latest project, Passengers, is that they’re both just really fun in interviews and easygoing to talk to. They generally have the vibe of some cool people you’ve just met at a dinner party. When you get subjects like them for […]
I suppose I’ll eventually tire of watching Harrison Ford’s recent interviews promoting Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but that day hasn’t come yet. I’m fascinated by the actors way of expressing himself, and was caught off guard when he gave a bit of writing advice in the middle of an interview with MTV. Of course the advice […]
For me, interviews are a big part of what I look back on when I consider my experiences in comics at the end of the year. Whether taken from phone discussions, live at conventions, or via e-mail, interviews are how I’ve gained my greatest insights into the medium, and they’ve been a continual education for […]
From the Daily Press, ESCANABA – William M. Baker, 55, of 505 S. 15th St., Escanaba, passed away Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014, at his home of natural causes. Funeral arrangements for William M. Baker are incomplete with the Crawford Funeral Homes assisting the Baker family. Bill Baker had been writing about comics for a decade […]
I sat down with three of the film's stars, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde and Alexandra Maria Lara, to talk about their roles, about playing real people on screen, and about what Ron Howard and Peter Morgan are best at.
The actors behind Jack and his regal lady love spared us some words.
The long delayed comedy action adventure is almost upon us.
Chris Thompson writes; [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode20.mp3] This week I take a look back at the absolutely amazing Malta Comic-Con I’ve recently returned from – then Taylor & I discuss some of the gems found there, including Sean Azzopardi’s latest release Same Day Return. We also present a very special panel I conducted with comics industry legends Dave […]
James Franco and Mila Kunis as they'll appear in Sam Raimi's Wonderful Wizard of Oz prequel.
I was lucky enough to see a good chunk of Pixar’s Brave a few weeks ago, running from the start of the film, through the previously released clip and on to somewhere around the thirty minute mark. Not to put too fine a point on it, I loved what I saw. The main taste is […]
Dexter Fletcher, Will Poulter and Charlie Creed-Miles talk to me about Wild Bill.
The world premiere of the new, 2-and-a-half-minute Prometheus trailer and a Q&A with Ridley Scott and Damon Lindelof.
YouTube is alive with John Carter tonight, and I’m lapping it up. Here are three new clips from the film, then six video interviews with members of the cast. This first clip, Virginia is something I’d seen in the context of a longer scene, and also clipped-up in the trailers. This clip, however, was all […]
Nicolas Winding Refn has been riding a groundswell of rave reviews and fanboy adoration in the wake of of Drive, but not everything has gone perfectly.
This Friday I’ll finally meet Kermit the Frog face to face. It’s a massive understatement to tell you that I’m excited – he is literally my favourite actor, and has been a role model of mine for over thirty years. This is my number one dream interview and I’ve been thinking long and hard about […]
Since I joined Bleeding Cool in the summer of this year, we’ve been lucky enough to get a series of good, film-related interviews. Here are some of the best bits, with links back to the interviews in full. A few of these (Inception, Gulliver’s Travels, Love and Other Drugs) are from press conferences we attended, […]